One thought on “Presentation from Jan 27 Medway ESA Public Meeting

  1. note recent literature indicating that species counts are down in 2013, and few prior years. thus, counts for this corridor may be lower than can be expected as progams for habitat restoration and species protection become effective. the corridor may need to provide for great variety and number of species.
    a transition zone outside the boundary with targeted information and advocacy to property owners could help to enlarge the corridor without much additional cost or commitment.
    consideration of special challenges relating to climate change projections would be interesting and contribute to long-term vision and planning for the corridor.
    given the presence of the aboriginal heritage it seems both credible and cool that there should be a cultural corridor associated specifically with tradition native transit routes in and out of the settlement, throughout the corridor.

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